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Chronology of events in the Dhaula Kuan gangrape case

Following is the chronology of events in the Dhaula Kuan gangrape case.

Written by Agencies | New Delhi |
April 14, 2005 10:15:00 am

Following is the chronology of events in the Dhaula Kuan gangrape case:

May 8,2005: A 20-year-old DU student,hailing from Mizoram,abducted by four car-borne accused in the wee hours. They dump her at a Gurudwara in south Delhi after raping her.

The girl undergoes medical examination,which confirms rape.

May 13,2005: Ajit Singh Katiyar,a driver of a Noida-based call centre,arrested and booked under penal provisions dealing with abduction,gangrape and criminal intimidation.

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May 17,2005: Police raid Katiyar’s residence at Noida and recover obscene books and packets of condoms.

Aug 8,2005: Police file chargesheet in the case.

Jan 31,2006: Court starts recording testimonies of prosecution witnesses.

September 9,2009: The prosecution concludes examination of witnesses with the recording of testimony of investigating officer (IO) Seema Singh as 31st witness.

October,2009: Court reserves verdict in the case.

Nov 30,2009: Delhi court defers pronouncement of verdict to December 7.

Dec 7,2009: Pronouncement of verdict deferred further.

Dec 8,2009: Katiyar convicted. Court to pronounce punishment on December 10.

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